Purdue Extension exhibits that cover an array of topics such as climate change and social networking are featured in the Pioneer Our Land Pavilion at the Indiana State Fair, which continues through Aug. 22. The exhibits bring the information and knowledge of Purdue's researchers to the general public and offer learning for the entire family.
Keith Robinson of Purdue Agricultural Communication caught up with visitors at the exhibits on opening day (Aug.6) and produced this photo gallery of some of the displays. The pavilion is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
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